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12/17 Cubs Minor League managers and staff

Marty Pevey will return for his third season as Triple-A Iowa’s manager, Buddy Bailey is back at Double-A Tennessee, and Mark Johnson was promoted to Class A Myrtle Beach manager, the Cubs announced Wednesday. 446 more words


The Process - S2,E2 - "Becoming A Superstar"

In this edition of “The Process,” the Smokies Radio Network staff covers the ongoing process of Kris Bryant’s rise to stardom.

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Sanchez Shines, Lookouts Top Smokies 7-3


Chattanooga starting pitcher Raydel Sanchez tossed six one-hit innings of shutout ball to earn his first victory at the Double-A level, while Lookouts center fielder Scott Schebler smashed a two-run homer as part of a three-run first frame to best the Tennessee Smokies 7-3 in front of 4,651 fans on Monday evening at Smokies Stadium. 753 more words


Smokies Escape Pearl With 3-1 Victory


Pearl, MS – Kris Bryant hit a pinch hit, two-out, two-run double in the fifth and Charlie Cutler brought in another run in the seventh with a pinch hit sacrifice fly and the Smokies salvaged the finale of a five game series with a 3-1 win versus the Braves at Trustmark Park in Mississippi on Monday night. 518 more words


Smokies Hopeful Edwards Will Return Soon

Tennessee Smokies starting pitcher, and Chicago Cubs top pitching prospect, C.J. Edwards traveled to Chicago on Thursday to undergo an MRI on his right shoulder. 57 more words


Buddy Bailey comments on Smokies 6-5 loss to Pensacola

PENSACOLA — Kris Bryant hit a two-run home run in his first Smokies at-bat, Zeke DeVoss tripled in a run in the second, but the Blue Wahoos rallied for two in the eighth inning to defeat the Smokies and take the 2014 season opener 6-5 at Bayfront Stadium in Pensacola on Thursday night. 418 more words


Bailey Set to Return to Smokies

Buddy Bailey will be returning to Tennessee for the 2014 season to serve a third consecutive season as the Manager of the Smokies. Bailey is the first man to do this since Rocket Wheeler completed his third consecutive season in 2002. 171 more words